It was Ant and Dec's night at the National Television Awards as the TV double act walked away with two top awards and won the royal seal of approval.
Winning the entertainment presenter category for the thirteenth year, as well as best entertainment programme for I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! the two best friends and co-hosts were overwhelmed.
Collecting their first award of the night Anthony McPartlin exclaimed; "This is bloody brilliant."
Declan Donnelly said that the award for Best Entertainment Presenter marked a somewhat unnerving milestone in their careers.
"It was particularly nerve wracking when someone reminded us that this is number 13," said Donnelly, "but it's such a thrill. It still means such a huge amount to us."
The pair also received a landmark award marking 25 years in the industry with Prince Charles paying tribute to their professional accomplishments and their extraordinary friendship.
"The warmth and empathy they show towards charitable causes, their viewers and their deep friendship towards one another are as great achievements as their countless and well-deserved awards. The nation has taken them to their hearts," said Prince Charles.
Coronation Street beat rivals Eastenders to win the coveted Best Soap award while Coronation Street's Julie Hesmondhalgh won best serial drama performance.
Matt Smith won the award for drama performance for his final year on Doctor Who, which also won best drama.
This Morning took the prize for the Best Daytime show for the fourth year running.
Collecting the award an elated Phillip Schofield said: "That's a real shock to us. Four in a row is really unbelievable."
Expressing her gratitude an excited Holly Willoughby added: "We're celebrating 25 years and the fact that we're still here, it means the absolute world and we want to thank the viewers who voted for us. It's truly incredible."
The award for the Best Documentary series went to Educating Yorkshire. Headmaster of Passmores Academy, Johnny Mitchell took to the stage with his fellow teachers and students from the school to collect the award.
"15 months ago when we signed on for this we didn't expect to be at the NTA's," e said. "What makes me most proud is seeing 30 of my students opening the show."
The glittering event featured the most famous name is British TV as well as guest presenters including Sex and City star Chris Noth, supermodel Naomi Campbell and a performance by X Factor winner Sam Bailey.
The National Television Award Winners
Best Talent Show - Strictly Come Dancing
Best Serial Drama - Coronation Street
Best Comedy - Mrs. Brown's Boys
Best Drama - Doctor Who
Best Drama Performance - Matt Smith (Doctor Who)
Best Factual Entertainment - Paul O'Grady: For The Love Of Dogs
Best Daytime Show - This Morning
Best Newcomer - Khali Best (EastEnders)
Best Serial Drama Performance- Julia Hesmondhalgh (Coronation Street)
Best Documentary Series - Educating Yorkshire
Best Entertainment Presenter - Ant and Dec
Best Entertainment Programme - I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Best TV Detective - Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock)
Landmark Award - Ant and Dec